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griff

(ɡrɪf)
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(Journalism & Publishing) slang information; news
[C20: from griffin2]
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It's no surprise this policy has been introduced for the match against the tournament's weakest team, but former Italy scrum-half Paul Griffen believes the Welsh selection will hand the Azzurri added motivation.
In Arkansas, Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen was barred from considering execution-related cases after blocking the use of a lethal injection drug and participating in an anti-death penalty demonstration.
Minnesota has three Pro Bowl players on defense: end Everson Griffen, outside linebacker Anthony Barr and cornerback Xavier Rhodes.
By drawing on science fiction and superhero film conventions to tell a traditional Aboriginal Dreaming story, while also tapping into current political issues, Cleverman creator Ryan Griffen has produced a work rich in both popular appeal and educational potential, writes FELICITY FORD.
Adriane Griffen, MPH, MCHES, director of public health at the Association of University Centers on Disabilities and APHA Disability Section awards chair, said Public Health is for Everyone is a growing repository for tools and guidelines on including people with disabilities in public health programs.
The Soul in Motion Chi Running Workshops take place in Pollok House, Glasgow, on August 29 and Griffen Fitness, Edinburgh, on October 17.
Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen validated marriage licenses that were issued to same-sex couples after another judge struck down the state's gay marriage ban.
The town's pair of Griffen ordnance rifles, or "Griffen Guns,'' which resemble small cannons, had fallen into disrepair and were hidden away in storage.
Komen cancer charity for an upcoming book signing at Griffen Bookshop and Cafe bar at 723 Caroline Street in Fredericksburg.
Professor George Griffen added the strain was highly contagious and would have presented "a huge task" for staff to contain it.
When Everson Griffen was a high school senior, former USC coach Pete Carroll said the defensive lineman was the only player he ever recruited who was talented enough to skip college and go directly to the NFL.
Griffen, the managing director of an international reputation risk management consultancy, offers a how-to guide for corporate leaders to follow when crisis hits with added suggestions for reputation management over the long-haul.